Definition of Mayoress. Meaning of Mayoress. Synonyms of Mayoress

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Definition of Mayoress

Mayoress
Mayoress May"or*ess, n. The wife of a mayor.

Meaning of Mayoress from wikipedia

- regardless of gender; the partner of a mayor is sometimes known as the "mayoress". Mayors are not appointed to district councils that do not have borough...
- Lady mayoress is an official female companion to the lord mayor of a major city in the United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland, or a capital city of an Australian...
- General ****embly to serve as 'Second Citizen', ****isting the Mayor and Mayoress in official duties, and ****uming the role of council chairman in the absence...
- Nora Poppelwell (née Green, 1873–1941), was the mayoress of Gore, New Zealand from 1895 for four terms. Poppelwell was born in Gore, the eldest daughter...
- to the role of lady mayoress. In speech, a lord mayor is referred to as "My Lord Mayor", and a lady mayoress as "My Lady Mayoress". It was once customary...
- the Mayoress and accompanies him to civic functions. A male or female Mayor may appoint a female consort, usually a fellow councillor, as Mayoress.[citation...
- great-great-great uncle the Lord Mayor of Leeds Hugh Lupton and his wife Lady Mayoress Isabella Lupton greeting Princess Mary who had arrived in Leeds to inaugurate...
- Eleanor Daley (née Guilfoyle; March 4, 1907 – February 16, 2003), better known as Sis Daley, was the wife of former Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley and...
- "Lady Mayoress At Court". Leeds Mercury. West Yorkshire, England. 21 June 1927. Retrieved 13 July 2013. LADY MAYORESS AT COURT. The Lady Mayoress of Leeds...
- serves as Mayoress of Reynosa, and she is the first woman in the history of the city elected to the position, she also became the first mayoress to be re-elected...
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